Here's a recipe for poo poo balls:
(If you have a Japanese tree in a pot...then fertilize it Japanese style :>)
John T. Jarrett
If it's going to live long-term in the container, it's probably best to
give it something with a bit more structure. I'd suggest using a mix
loam/topsoil and an ericaceous (or lime-free) compost. You could
incorporate home-made leafmould or some composted shredded bark. Make
sure the pot has good drainage by first putting in a layer crocks,
gravel or broken up polystyrene (if you have some to hand).
Hi again Tribon,
I don't know what I was thinking when I posted to your before, bu
here's some links for growing trees in pots that should be helpful.
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